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A Typical Day in the PreK3 Classroom includes…

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  • Pledges and Prayer
  • Calendar
  • Bible
  • Snack
  • Recess
  • Morning Centers
  • Theme Centers
  • Circle Time
PreK3 Hours
PreK3 Half Day Two Day Program (Tuesday & Thursday) 8:00-12:00
PreK3 Half Day Three Day Program (Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday) 8:00-12:00
 
Student Arrival/Dismissal
The PreK program begins at 8:00 am.  Pre-K students may be dropped off beginning at 7:35 am at the PreK playground. Teachers escort the students into the classroom by 8:00 am.
 
PreK3 and K4 half day students are to be picked up at the East Porte-cochere at 12:00. Parents will be given an ID to place in the car window.  Students who are not picked up 15 minutes after their dismissal time will be escorted to the child’s classroom where they can be picked up by the parent.
 
Full day students will be picked up at the East Porte-cochere 3:00 pm.  Parents will be given an ID to place in the car window.  Students who are not picked up 15 minutes after their dismissal time will be escorted to the Academy’s Elementary Office and the parent will be called.

PreK 3 Curriculum

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bible
 
We use the Old Testament Discipleland Curriculum. We learn about key figures from the Old Testament that teach us how God made us, know us, and leads us. At Christmas and Easter, we introduce scripture that reinforces God’s purpose in sending Jesus to us.
 
Language Arts & Math
 
We use the World of Wonders Curriculum for our Language Arts Program. Students learn about the letters of the alphabet, language mechanics, and high-frequency words.
 
Handwriting
 
We introduce Handwriting Without Tears manipulatives. Fine motor and handwriting skills are developed through the use of hands-on, multi-sensory activities, and music. Fun friends like Mat Man and the Magic C Bunny bring handwriting to life while making learning fun. Skills are reinforced at centers using manipulatives like Roll-A-Dough, wood pieces, and Stamp and See Screens.

A Typical Day in the K4 Classroom includes…

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  • Morning Time Activity
  • Pledges and Prayer
  • Calendar
  • World of Wonders/Carpet Time (where we learn about the alphabet, letter sounds, and language mechanics)
  • Bible
  • Math
  • Morning Read Aloud
  • Centers
  • Morning Recess
  • Handwriting Without Tears
  • Lunch
  • Related Arts (Music, P.E., or Art)
  • Science/ Social Studies
  • Afternoon Centers
  • Afternoon Read Aloud
K4 Hours
K4 Full Day Five Day Program 8:15-3:00
 
Student Arrival/Dismissal
The PreK program begins at 8:15 am.  Pre-K students may be dropped off beginning at 7:35 am at the PreK playground. Teachers escort the students into the classroom by 8:15 am.
 
PreK3 and K4 half day students are to be picked up at the East Porte-cochere at 12:00. Parents will be given an ID to place in the car window.  Students who are not picked up 15 minutes after their dismissal time will be escorted to the child’s classroom where they can be picked up by the parent.
 
Full day students will be picked up at the East Porte-cochere 3:00 pm.  Parents will be given an ID to place in the car window.  Students who are not picked up 15 minutes after their dismissal time will be escorted to the Academy’s Elementary Office and the parent will be called.

K4 Curriculum

 
 
 
 
 
 
Bible
 
We use ACSI/ Purposeful Design curriculum. Students will learn Bible Truth’s that emphasize God’s love. Students will be able to develop a Christian worldview through both the knowledge and application of Scripture and attend chapel on a weekly basis.
 
Language Arts
 
We use the World of Wonders Curriculum for our Language Arts Program. Students learn about the letters of the alphabet, language mechanics, and high-frequency words.
 

Reading 

Our reading program is incorporated within the World of Wonders Curriculum. Students enjoy listening to a variety of stories. They discover the differences between real and pretend, story elements such as characters and setting, and they learn about the concepts of print.
 

Math 

We use McGraw/ Hill My Math. A variety of math concepts are introduced including number recognition, counting skills, simple addition, shapes, and measuring. Math skills are reinforced at centers using hands-on activities and computer games.
 
 
Handwriting
 
We use Handwriting Without Tears. Fine motor and handwriting skills are developed through the use of hands-on, multisensory activities, and music. Fun friends like Mat Man and the Magic C Bunny bring handwriting to life while making learning fun. Skills are reinforced at centers using manipulatives like Roll-A-Dough, wood pieces, and Stamp and See Screens.

Extended Care will no longer be offered.  We have partnered with Naples Sports CLUB to provide FBA students transportation to the NSC.  The NSC provides After School Program from 3:30-6:30 pm M-F.  

More Information On After School Program